Space Daily  imageSpace Daily
FactualityHow credible is the news from Space Daily?

Top News Stories

Boeing · New Mexico

Boeing's new spacecraft returns to Earth after unmanned test flight and stays at ISS

100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Boeing's Starliner spacecraft has successfully touched down at the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. This success may establish Boeing as a much-needed second provider of commercial ISS launch capabilities. The spacecraft had a bit of a glitch during is ascent last week, with two maneuvering thrusters shutting down due to pressure problems.See the Story
NASA

Boeing Starliner capsule returns to Earth, capping key uncrewed test mission

34% Center coverage: 6 sources
Boeing's Starliner capsule returned from the International Space Station and landed in New Mexico on Wednesday (May 25) It was the last leg of a repeat test flight that Boeing had first attempted in 2019, but failed to complete after running into software failures. The latest test mission moves Starliner a major step closer to providing NASA with a second reliable avenue for ferrying astronauts to and from the space station.See the Story
Space

Boeing Starliner Completes Key Test Mission To ISS, With Some Hiccups

Coverage: 2 sources
Boeing's Starliner capsule completes key uncrewed test flight to the International Space Station. The spaceship landed in a puff of sand at 4:49 pm local time (2249 GMT) in the New Mexico desert. Orbital Flight Test-2 was the last hurdle for Starliner to clear before it carries humans in another test flight.See the Story
Space

Researcher describes how extraterrestrial civilizations could colonize the galaxy even if they don't have starships

Coverage: 2 sources
Extraterrestrial civilizations may colonize the Galaxy even if they don't have starships. Astronomers have searched for extraterrestrial civilizations in planetary systems for sixty years, to no avail. Irina K. Romanovskaya recommends that the search for migrating extraterrestrial travelers (SMETI) should be part of our search for intelligent life.See the Story
Geology

Geology from 50 light-years away

Margaret W. Carruthers for Webb News Baltimore MD (SPX) May 27, 2022 With its mirror segments beautifully aligned and its scientific instruments undergoing calibration, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope is just weeks away from full operation. Soon after the first observations are revealed this summer, Webb's in-depth science will begin. Among the investigations planned for the first year are studies of two hot exoplanets claSee the Story
Space

Why haven't we discovered co-orbital exoplanets? Tides may offer a possible answer

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
In our solar system, there are several thousand examples of co-orbital objects: bodies that share the same orbit around the sun or a planet. The Trojan asteroids are such an example. We have not yet observed any similar co-orbitals in extrasolar systems, despite discovering more than 5,000 exoplanets.See the Story
Space

OneWeb, Astroscale, ESA and UK partner to launch space junk servicer ELSA-M

OneWeb, Astroscale, ESA and UK partner to launch space junk servicer ELSA-MLondon, UK (SPX) May 27, 2022 OneWeb together with Astroscale will seek to safeguard the satellite economy with ground-breaking new spacecraft technology. A new investment of 14.8 million euro will be made by the European Space Agency.See the Story
Fossils

Scientists shine new light on role of Earth's orbit in the fate of ancient ice sheets

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Scientists shine new light on role of Earth's orbit in the fate of ancient ice sheets. Cardiff University team reveal new evidence suggesting that precession did actually play a role during the early Pleistocene. Their results show that more intense summers, driven by precession, have always caused Northern Hemisphere ice sheets to melt, but before 1 million years ago, these events were less devastating.See the Story
NASA

NASA Supports Small Business Research to power future exploration

NASA has selected hundreds of small businesses and research institutions to develop technology to help drive the future of space exploration. The newly awarded projects include a high-power electric rocket and a coating to make solar panels more efficient that could be used both in space and here on Earth. The awards total nearly $50 million, with investments spread out over 39 states and Washington.See the Story

Current Breaking News Topics